Collaborations

Groups and organizations supportive of our goals.

  1. Northwest Environmental Defense Center
  2. Oregon Toxics Alliance
  3. Oregon Environmental Council
  4. Environment and Human Rights Advisory
  5. Technical Outreach Service to Communities
  6. Oregon League of Conservation Voters
  7. Sierra Club, Oregon Chapter
  8. Oregon Center for Environmental Health
  9. Rachel’s Friends Breast Cancer Coalition
  10. Physicians for Social Responsibility, Oregon Chapter
  11. The Oregon State Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG)
  12. Children”s Environmental Health Network
  13. The Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP)
  14. Natural Home and Garden Information
    Techniques for gardening without pesticides on the Oregon Coast
  15. Environment and Human Rights Advisory

Remember, LEGAL DOES NOT MEAN SAFE.—American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

If…we have concluded that we are being asked to take senseless and frightening risks, then we should no longer accept the counsel of those who tell us that we must fill our world with poisonous chemicals, we should look around and see what other course is open to us. -Rachel Carson

Pollution arises from the daily activities of people doing productive work.Companies do not set out to pollute. They do not intend to cause harm. But we do not have to accept the consequences of pollution as necessary, we do not have to deny the harm it is causing, and we should not excuse those who allow the harm to occur. -Devra Davis, toxicologist and epidemiologist.